I discuss my personal process of re-constructing a Christian theology in this book from a subjective point of view. Therefore, by re-constructing a Christian theology I mean engaging dialectically with the world I have inherited and the world that I subsequently create for myself. Within this process, in fact, I am in dialogue with two subjective worlds, as it were. The world that I have inherited is subjectively interpreted; the world I construct is subjectively created. In the process of constructing Christian theology, I contrast contemporary theological understanding to traditional theological understanding that has become inordinately influenced by Hellenistic, or Ancient Greek philosophical understanding. Leslie Dewart’s efforts at dehellenization are an attempt at a new philosophical construction within theological knowledge. Drawing on his insights, I concentrate in this work on the way belief has been shaped by relational, as opposed to merely ideological, forces.